Regular, free pet care news & advice
We hope you enjoy reading our wide range of pet care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the articles below you’ll find preventative healthcare advice, as well as seasonal, local, and practical tips on how to keep your pets healthy and happy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply sign up below.
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7 top tips on winter coat care for cats
Head nurse Linsey Wallace explains why your cat’s winter coat might be in distress and has 7 tips on how you can help.
20 most popular dogs breeds of 2020
Last year’s top dog breed may surprise you. Avenues Vets’ nursing team thinks it’s an excellent choice.
Hutch and cage cleaning tips for small furry pets
Avenues Vets’ nurses say cleaning pet hutches and cages regularly is important for hygiene, and your pet’s happiness.
Making new year’s resolutions for dogs in Lanarkshire
If dogs could set goals for 2021 what would they be? We’ve come up with 5 top new year’s resolutions for your dog that you can make.
Make positive changes for you and your cat for 2021
Head nurse Linsey Wallace has some ideas for new year’s resolutions you can make for you and your cat this month.
Exercising your rabbit in 7 easy steps
Nicola shares 7 ways to help your rabbit get their daily dose of exercise to keep them from gaining weight and being bored.
Preparing your home for a small mammal friendly Christmas
Our Christmas guide to small furry care. Avenues Vets’ top tips to prepare the house for the littlest ones.
Avenues Veterinary Centre’s top tips for cat toys & Christmas gifts
Our team have pulled together a list of their favourite cat toys and Christmas gift ideas, to keep everyone purring through the festivities.
Diet treats for dogs in Glasgow
You don’t have to make a special effort to find treats that are good for your dog…just check in the fridge.
Five things to look out for in older dogs
With the hot spells we’ve been having over the last few months, older dogs will be feeling that heat a little more than their younger pals…